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Summer 2017 Series Episode 4

Be Selfish to be Selfless!

Be Selfish to be Selfless

Posted by Selkirk Coaching and Training Group on Friday, June 23, 2017

 

Loving Friday’s with all of you! Last Friday of June and we are ramping up to a juicy series. Today challenge yourself to find area’s to be selfish so you can add more value to others and be selfless.

God has blessed each and every one of you with combined gifts and talents no one else can bring to the table. We are meant to be individuals to serve the world as a whole.

My selfish story: a few years ago in Columbus, Ohio I had an opportunity to learn from renowned business coach. We were sitting in a small group of about five in a circle. The coach went around and asked us all questions, and then we masterminded on a few topics. From there this coach proceeded to look me straight in the eye and stated, “you need to be more selfish.” My immediate response was discomfort and tears (I rarely ever cry or in public for that matter).

Basically, put your oxygen mask on first!

Great coaches implement a delicate balance of  not pushing you off the edge while letting you find discomfort in problem solving or transforming to the next level of your success. Being “selfish” is one of those examples of discomfort so you can transform into next step. Break down your resistance for a moment of discomfort to transform to the next level. 

In the video I talked about being at the table. What this means is are you serving people and places you have no business adding value to? Is it your time to be at the table?

Few questions for yourself:

  • Are you sitting at the right table?
  • Can you voice your boundaries clearly and effectively?
  • When serving do I walk away with a full cup or an empty one?

Selfish and selfless leads to one core tool and that is your voice. Use your voice to create boundaries into selfless opportunities to serve within your gifts. The world needs what you have to offer; speak up!

Thank you for joining me on our Summer Fire It Up Friday Series.

Look Up & Out, 
Tracy Worley

“Today Matters Everything is Possible When You Believe

Ask, Act, Believe

Tracy Worley is America’s leading grace coach, international key-note speaker, trainer, syndicated radio host, author, and potential seeker, strategist and CEO of three values leadership based organizations. She works with business executives, entrepreneurs, and leaders world-wide to develop potential, tailor employee engagement modules, and turn up the volume on individuals and organizations potential personally and professionally.

Tracy knows firsthand about what it takes to find your potential, Individuals and organizations have individual cultures, stories, and rhythm – Tracy’s innovative style knows how to make it work. With a background in business management, business communication, project management, and life’s drama, Tracy found herself running a multi-million dollar organization at the age of 25.

Tracy knows from life experience the ups and downs of colossal failure and the elation of success beyond imagination.

But it’s exactly all these experiences that built character, knowledge, wisdom, and intuitive insight into individual and organizational potential. Tracy is highly intuitive, perceptive, and a world thinker in connecting what you cannot see. These gifts give her the ability to strategize with clarity where you are, where you want to be, and how to get there. Tracy’s expertise: training highly successful people to lead with authenticity to the desired success her client’s desire and deserve.

The season of fall is my favorite, with the changing color, crisp morning air and the reminder everything and Tracy Worley You Mattereveryone must have a season of shedding the old and preparing for the new.

Everything matters if you believe in your success, future, and those around you. Simple questions to put into your morning reflection as you set your priorities and purpose:

  • Ask: What or who do I need to ask to help achieve the next goal?
  • Act: Now that you know, it is your responsibility to take action and/or delegate action.
  • Believe: You are now asked to sit back within action and believe! This is the hardest of the three actions as it takes time, perseverance, and tenacious leadership in this stage (modeling, patience, and belief).

Taking time daily lets your thought, action, and beliefs catch up to what you are asking and then question apply the, why. As leaders we tend to forget to continue to ask the WHY and keep moving.

Mark 9:23-24 “…anything is possible if a person believes….I do believe, but help me have no doubts.”

If you have a project you have launched over 3 months ago and have not taken a series “time-out” in reflection of why you started it, where is it now, does it need adjustments, does the project fit within your values and serving clients and or employees? Remember everything matters and everything is possible when you believe.

Challenge Question: Where are your doubts: Renew your day, ask, act, and believe because you matter!

Look UP & OUT!

Tracy Worley

 

Tracy Worley (2015) Authentic Leadership, Authentic Self

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[Success Secret Sauce] Series 7/8 Are You Equipped to Fail?

Tracy Worley is America’s leading grace coach, international key-note speaker, trainer, syndicated radio host, author, and potential seeker, strategist and CEO of three values leadership based organizations. She works with business executives, entrepreneurs, and leaders world-wide to develop potential, tailor employee engagement modules, and turn up the volume on individuals and organizations potential personally and professionally.

Tracy knows firsthand about what it takes to find your potential, Individuals and organizations have individual cultures, stories, and rhythm – Tracy’s innovative style knows how to make it work. With a background in business management, business communication, project management, and life’s drama, Tracy found herself running a multi-million dollar organization at the age of 25.

Tracy knows from life experience the ups and downs of colossal failure and the elation of success beyond imagination.

But it’s exactly all these experiences that built character, knowledge, wisdom, and intuitive insight into individual and organizational potential. Tracy is highly intuitive, perceptive, and a world thinker in connecting what you cannot see. These gifts give her the ability to strategize with clarity where you are, where you want to be, and how to get there. Tracy’s expertise: training highly successful people to lead with authenticity to the desired success her client’s desire and deserve.

What equipment do you need to fail in faith that tomorrow will come!

Mix it up, sprinkle, dash, and heat it up to create the future you want!

Equipped_to_Fail Tracy Worley

 

Are you equipped to fail? Did you really just ask that question? Why yes I did, because failing is the equivalent of a college education. People are not defeated by the opponent; they are defeated within themselves.

Losing and failing is learning without the textbooks and final exams. Failing is real life innovation and creating new ideas no one else has failed forward into. You have to expect failure; it is what you do with it that makes a difference. First thing to remember is not to personalize it and start thinking like the chicken who always thinks the sky is falling. Your sky is not falling; you just failed to the next level!

Being equipped to fail is having courage to risk. Failure creates confidence toward the future you desire. 

“Those who fly always first get out on the edge. If you want to seize and opportunity, you must take a risk. If you want to reach your potential, you will have to take chances. If you don’t, you will be resigned to a life of mediocrity. The people who don’t make mistakes end up working for those who do. And in the end, they often end up regretting the safe life they lived.” ~ John C. Maxwell

Making a difference toward your Secret Success Sauce is getting up when no one else does. Simply, if you do not get up, it is your fault for not taking action. Most people think too small, play small, aim too low, and quit too soon. 

Equip yourself by letting failure point you to success. Do not play with the odds because very few are willing to get back up, so just get up and you will beat the odds. Again, perspective and expectations are important in keeping your momentum forward with purpose.

The last tool to be equipped to risk and fail is to maintain a sense of humor! Hold your head high, giggle, and laugh out-loud.  I have been able to bring the stories of my colossal fails and wins to the table to share with others and instill the mantra that—tomorrow does come!

I look forward to walking along side you as you laugh your way up and out to the future you desire and want!

 “You always pass failure on the way to success.” ~ Mickey Rooney

Look UP & OUT!

Tracy Worley

Are curious! Do you want to find your secret sauce of being a Difference Maker, and create original ideas through your natural gifts? New series starting in June!

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Are You Curious Enough To Grow Your Business?

Tracy Worley is America’s leading grace coach, international key-note speaker, trainer, syndicated radio host, author, and potential seeker, strategist and CEO of three values leadership based organizations. She works with business executives, entrepreneurs, and leaders world-wide to develop potential, tailor employee engagement modules, and turn up the volume on individuals and organizations potential personally and professionally.

Tracy knows firsthand about what it takes to find your potential, Individuals and organizations have individual cultures, stories, and rhythm – Tracy’s innovative style knows how to make it work. With a background in business management, business communication, project management, and life’s drama, Tracy found herself running a multi-million dollar organization at the age of 25.

Tracy knows from life experience the ups and downs of colossal failure and the elation of success beyond imagination.

But it’s exactly all these experiences that built character, knowledge, wisdom, and intuitive insight into individual and organizational potential. Tracy is highly intuitive, perceptive, and a world thinker in connecting what you cannot see. These gifts give her the ability to strategize with clarity where you are, where you want to be, and how to get there. Tracy’s expertise: training highly successful people to lead with authenticity to the desired success her client’s desire and deserve.

“Some men see things as they are and ask why. Others dream things that never were and ask why not.” ~ George Bernard Shaw

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Curiosity is the desire to know with interest leading to intellectual curiosity. Be honest, we are all “that” kid who peeks! 

DO YOU ASK WHY? I have a confession, I am that person in the board room  who asks, WHY? I do not ask to hold up development but asking why creates discovery in other possibilities.

Have you noticed when people ask you why,  it forces you to dig deeper in intellectual reasoning and sometimes your WHY is not big enough.

Curiosity is a developed thirst for knowledge, interest in life, people, ideas, experiences, events, and living in a state of wanting to learn more.

The more you know compounds interest in knowledge, wisdom, and awareness to the next steps of success. 

The greatest strength as a consultant is to be ignorant and ask a few questions. ~ Peter Drucker

  • Be curious – ask questions
  • Have a beginners mindset
  • Make WHY your favorite boardroom word
  • Spend time with other WHY people
  • Learn something new daily
  • Embrace failure

Experience is not the best teacher; evaluated experience (failure/wins) is.

  • Keep looking for the right answer
  • Get over yourself – do not care what other people “think” because they are asking the same question but not daredevil enough to
  • Jump out of your box (step into other peoples worlds)

There ain’t no rules around here! We’re trying to accomplish something! ~ Thomas Edison

Schedule  in your daily calendar to ENJOY LIFE! Curiosity will increase your knowledge and business bottom line by believing in your vision, team, and WHY.

A great way to start to ask why, experience new success outside of yourself today is to do something  you have never done before. Ask different questions, take a gardening class, learn how to golf (or something you have always wanted to try).

Being outside of yourself and daily agenda brings healthy curiosity to grow your business. ~ Tracy Worley 

Look UP and OUT,

Tracy Worley

Want to learn more? Click Below:

 

John C. Maxwell (2012). 15 Invaluable Laws of Curiosity, Chap12.
Tracy A. Worley (2015) GRACEbreak Radio

 

Allow Temporary Discomfort to Clarity

Tracy Worley is America’s leading grace coach, international key-note speaker, trainer, syndicated radio host, author, and potential seeker, strategist and CEO of three values leadership based organizations. She works with business executives, entrepreneurs, and leaders world-wide to develop potential, tailor employee engagement modules, and turn up the volume on individuals and organizations potential personally and professionally.

Tracy knows firsthand about what it takes to find your potential, Individuals and organizations have individual cultures, stories, and rhythm – Tracy’s innovative style knows how to make it work. With a background in business management, business communication, project management, and life’s drama, Tracy found herself running a multi-million dollar organization at the age of 25.

Tracy knows from life experience the ups and downs of colossal failure and the elation of success beyond imagination.

But it’s exactly all these experiences that built character, knowledge, wisdom, and intuitive insight into individual and organizational potential. Tracy is highly intuitive, perceptive, and a world thinker in connecting what you cannot see. These gifts give her the ability to strategize with clarity where you are, where you want to be, and how to get there. Tracy’s expertise: training highly successful people to lead with authenticity to the desired success her client’s desire and deserve.

We have all heard “No Pain No Gain”, this is true in any area of growth up and out of current circumstances, success, and leading others.

The pain comes from the discomfort from being outside of your comfort zone. Some discomfort comes from planned growth and other discomfort comes from bad experiences. What sets you apart from others is learning from all experiences good or bad and applying the lessons learned. John McDonnell said, “every problem introduces a person to himself.”

A  problem to me is an opportunity for growth. I also state and have my team not say “we have a problem”, I have them change the world to challenge or opportunity. Every discomfort is a temporary lesson to clarity. Life has a way of giving you more than you think you can handle from loss of a spouse, child, parents, job, divorce, natural disasters, etc…at the end of each life changing scenario you come through the back end with more clarity, purpose, and strength.

Law of Pain Tracy Worley

Discomfort in hiking 4,000 vertical we found something of significance! The payoff of the view, wildflowers, and great satisfaction of accomplishment!

I’ve never known anyone who said, “I love problems,” but I’ve known many who have admitted that their greatest gains came in the middle of their pain. ~ John C. Maxwell

My personal life of discomfort has truly shown how attitude and looking for the lessons in clarity has created a life of significance and the gift of coaching others through my own experience of divorce, loss of children, loss of a job, hiking 14K+ mountains, sky-diving, and so on. . .these few examples from my stories give courage to character. Given strength, wisdom and knowledge to take into the corporate arena with a fierce understanding the discomfort is only temporary for the team to achieve something of significance! 

Attitude is the number one trait of achieving great clarity through the Law of Pain. Virginia Satir states, Life is not the way it’s supposed to be, it is the way you cope with it is what makes the difference. Experience is the best teacher but the examination and taking lessons from each experience is key to the clarity of significance. Where there is no conversation of discomfort innovation becomes stagnant and the clear road ahead becomes foggy.

Look at current or past experiences to find creative clarity of moving forward:

  • Define the challenge or opportunity (a.k.a. problem)
  • What is the emotion involved and understand why (dig deep)
  • Articulate and outline the experience and lesson learned (like Thomas Edison stated, just one more way not to make the light bulb which took him 10,000 tries)
  • Now outline desired  change to move forward with clarity (brainstorm numerous pathways)
  • IMPLEMENT course of action from the temporary discomfort to a life of significant clarity

Discomfort, Pain, and Clarity is not something kept on your daily agenda, but I promise once you define them as outlined above the temporary discomfort will bring you to achieving something of significance! Not sure where to start , please feel free to contact me!

Want to learn more? Click Below:

Look UP & OUT!

Tracy Worley

 

John C. Maxwell (2012). 15 Invaluable Laws of Pain, Chap8.
Tracy A. Worley (2015) GRACEbreak Radio

 

 

 

Keep It Simple Silly For Extraordinary Results

Tracy Worley is America’s leading grace coach, international key-note speaker, trainer, syndicated radio host, author, and potential seeker, strategist and CEO of three values leadership based organizations. She works with business executives, entrepreneurs, and leaders world-wide to develop potential, tailor employee engagement modules, and turn up the volume on individuals and organizations potential personally and professionally.

Tracy knows firsthand about what it takes to find your potential, Individuals and organizations have individual cultures, stories, and rhythm – Tracy’s innovative style knows how to make it work. With a background in business management, business communication, project management, and life’s drama, Tracy found herself running a multi-million dollar organization at the age of 25.

Tracy knows from life experience the ups and downs of colossal failure and the elation of success beyond imagination.

But it’s exactly all these experiences that built character, knowledge, wisdom, and intuitive insight into individual and organizational potential. Tracy is highly intuitive, perceptive, and a world thinker in connecting what you cannot see. These gifts give her the ability to strategize with clarity where you are, where you want to be, and how to get there. Tracy’s expertise: training highly successful people to lead with authenticity to the desired success her client’s desire and deserve.

We have all heard the saying “Keep It Simple”, but usually with the word STUPID at the end. When changing one word our whole world changes!

When I find myself in complex projects, situations, or conversations I say to myself or even out loud to my team. . .  “Keep it simple silly to achieve extraordinary results”.  I am not calling myself “silly” but changing the thought process that where the team or myself is stuck is because we have made the design too complicated! Saying this statement to yourself or out loud gives a cathartic release of frustration, blood pressure, and most of the time a smile which changes the room instantly!

Keep It Simple Tracy Worley

Designing systems is essential in keeping accountability and forward momentum to success. Question, have you designed a growth plan to be more tomorrow than  you are today, are you predictable in  your results? As Michael Gerber states, systems permit ordinary people to achieve extraordinary results predictably.”

If you don’t design  your own life plan,chances are you’ll fall into someone else’s plan. And guess what they may have planned for you? Not much.” ~ John Rhohn

Planning  and designing your life is finding yourself (core values),  knowing who you are (gifts, talents, strengths), and then designing a simple growth plan to obtain extraordinary results in your life. Remember, your life is not  meant to be part of an assembly line you are uniquely made to contribute the “secret sauce” only  you can offer the world.

Here are a few areas to take into account when applying design to area’s of your life (career, family, health, faith, hobby, marriage, personal growth, etc..):

  • The Big Picture: Will the system help you reach your big-picture goals?
  • Priorities: Does thee system design fit within  your values and commitments?
  • Measurement: Does tour system have a tangible way of measuring results?
  • Application: Is there a built-in system in your design to propel forward motion/action?
  • Organization: Does the system design make better use of your time, resources, and achieving higher results?
  • Consistency: Can you and will you repeat the system design on a regular basis?

The top 10% of people in their industries apply designs for growth. Designing extraordinary result systems into your life should not be complicated, and the systems themselves should not be hard to apply. In fact they should be easily repeated and followed, if you are unable to easily repeat then it is time to go back and make a few adjustments.

Challenge: look at your calendar “to do” list for the week and next coming week:

  • Is there any activity that does not fit within the big picture goals? If yes, delete or delegate.
  • Is there growth goals getting bumped due to other peoples priorities? If yes, say no.
  • Time, organization helps you from not letting one of the most valuable resources be spent without your permission: Time!
  • People, are there people you are meeting for lunch or coffee that does not set a purpose to achieving the results you desire? If so, cancel or reschedule.

Lastly, be kind to yourself. Designing your life of significance and achieving extraordinary results will not happen over night but changing course can. If you find yourself falling into old-habits just state to yourself, “keep it simple silly” and move forward without asking for permission.

I believe in you!

Look UP & OUT,

Tracy Worley

Keeping it simple  is the start to creating the success you desire and creating a dynamic team of leaders who will succeed beyond your “business-plan” expectations. Not sure where to start on designing your plan, please feel free to contact me!

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Look UP & OUT!

Tracy Worley

 

John C. Maxwell (2012). 15 Invaluable Laws of Design, Chap7.
Tracy A. Worley (2015) GRACEbreak Radio

 

 

Reflection Leads To Purpose

Tracy Worley is America’s leading grace coach, international key-note speaker, trainer, syndicated radio host, author, and potential seeker, strategist and CEO of three values leadership based organizations. She works with business executives, entrepreneurs, and leaders world-wide to develop potential, tailor employee engagement modules, and turn up the volume on individuals and organizations potential personally and professionally.

Tracy knows firsthand about what it takes to find your potential, Individuals and organizations have individual cultures, stories, and rhythm – Tracy’s innovative style knows how to make it work. With a background in business management, business communication, project management, and life’s drama, Tracy found herself running a multi-million dollar organization at the age of 25.

Tracy knows from life experience the ups and downs of colossal failure and the elation of success beyond imagination.

But it’s exactly all these experiences that built character, knowledge, wisdom, and intuitive insight into individual and organizational potential. Tracy is highly intuitive, perceptive, and a world thinker in connecting what you cannot see. These gifts give her the ability to strategize with clarity where you are, where you want to be, and how to get there. Tracy’s expertise: training highly successful people to lead with authenticity to the desired success her client’s desire and deserve.

Reflection and purpose are not a usual combination when writing about Leadership, and most importantly leadership of self.Tracy Worley Purpose

The top 1% of entrepreneurs take time daily to sit in silent reflection and think into their business, life, teams, families, projects, etc. . . bringing about pro-active success vs. re-active chaos.

In a previous post I wrote about your gifts, talents, and strengths and this is where you have the ability to take the time to stay on purpose for the things you were created to do. This is on of my favorite statements and profoundly when I take time in my daily agenda I do stay on purpose toward personal and team goals.

As John C. Maxwell shares with us The Law of Reflection, I find this is the lesson to dig deep if you are going to win big! Clarity found in reflection brings the habit of evaluating experience (wins and fails) to a higher awareness of next steps toward success. Below are example of the power of pausing and reflection for yourself and your team :

  • Reflection turns experience into insight
  • Everyone needs a time and place to pause
  • Pausing with intention expands and enriches thinking
  • When you take time to pause, use  your I’s (Investigation, Incubation, Illumination, Illustration)
  • Good questions are thee heart of reflection (become that “kid” who asks WHY

WHY is the power tool in your leadership tool kit. Honestly, I have never grown out of asking why to myself and also in the board-room. Why  is the most powerful tool because we dig so deep into awareness and intention the ‘aha moments become addictive. The addiction is not a bad word here but you must be careful in how you ask WHY because it is attached to ego which is reflective of our emotions, motives, and accountability. When you start asking why people on your team will embrace it or hate it! I believe if our corporate culture asked more WHY organizations would not have or continue to fail their own mission, vision, and ultimately fail their customers.

  1. Make time in your daily agenda for reflection
  2. Allow time in your teams daily agenda for reflection

Successful people ask better questions, and as a result, they get better answers. ~ Tony Robbins

I remember a story explorer Albert Schwetizer shared. On a long journey through Africa their group was pushing hard to reach their final destination. During this trip all of the natives with their group stopped, just stopped. Albert inquired about the delay and the response is priceless; we have been traveling so fast they must rest to let their souls catch up with them.

Reflection allows your mind, heart, body, and soul to align and let your purpose catch up to the things you were created to do.

Want to learn more? click on Law of Reflection: Tami and I recorded a FAQ and teaching.  Want to receive one-on-one to create your Reflection Tools? Plug into our 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth 8 Week program.

Look UP & OUT!

Tracy Worley

15 Invaluable Laws of Growth: Law of Reflection

John C. Maxwell (2012). 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth, Chap4.
Tracy A. Worley (2015) GRACEbreak Radio

 

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Life Is Now In Session, Are You Present?

Tracy Worley is America’s leading grace coach, international key-note speaker, trainer, syndicated radio host, author, and potential seeker, strategist and CEO of three values leadership based organizations. She works with business executives, entrepreneurs, and leaders world-wide to develop potential, tailor employee engagement modules, and turn up the volume on individuals and organizations potential personally and professionally.

Tracy knows firsthand about what it takes to find your potential, Individuals and organizations have individual cultures, stories, and rhythm – Tracy’s innovative style knows how to make it work. With a background in business management, business communication, project management, and life’s drama, Tracy found herself running a multi-million dollar organization at the age of 25.

Tracy knows from life experience the ups and downs of colossal failure and the elation of success beyond imagination.

But it’s exactly all these experiences that built character, knowledge, wisdom, and intuitive insight into individual and organizational potential. Tracy is highly intuitive, perceptive, and a world thinker in connecting what you cannot see. These gifts give her the ability to strategize with clarity where you are, where you want to be, and how to get there. Tracy’s expertise: training highly successful people to lead with authenticity to the desired success her client’s desire and deserve.

In the board room, volunteer meetings, and discussions with our kiddo’s what does the phrase “you need to be intentional about what you are 968963_10200440255627637_315395286_ndoing” mean to you?

More than likely the person or group making the statement has not implemented “intention” in their life. Think about the statement for a moment it SCREAMS “we are in a situation”, instead of a proactive planning situation.

Leadership and teams thrive on not only the leader being intentional about everything on their calendar but also their team. ” Ask  yourself who or what keeps creeping into your daily agenda and interrupting your mission? Are you being intentional in saying  no? Are you being intentional of leading for the future instead of the “we are in a situation”?

“You cannot change your destination overnight but you can change your direction overnight.” ~ Jim Rohn

The Law of Intentionality is about growth if self so you can help grow others. As John C. Maxwell shares there are Growth Gap Traps:

  1. The Assumption Gap: Assumption you and your team will autocratically grow.
  2. The Knowledge Gap: I don’t know how to grow.
  3. The Timing Gap: It’s not the right time to begin.
  4. The Mistake Gap: Afraid of making mistakes.
  5. The Perfection Gap: I have to find the best way before I start.
  6. The Inspiration Gap: I don’t feel like doing it…JUST DO IT!
  7. The Comparison Gap: Others are better than I am.
  8. The Expectation Gap: I thought it would be easier.

Wherever you are in honing the growth of your craft, leadership, or learning something new the best time to start is today! Now that you have a glimpse of the gaps of growth look at your calendar for the next 12 months. How much time have you scheduled for personal growth? If you’re like most people, your answer will be none. Or you may have planned to attend one event int he coming year and honestly that is not going to cut it.

A first step is to rework your calendar so you have an appointment with yourself for personal growth every day! (STOP the thoughts of I do not have time). Do it anyway, if you want to succeed, you need to do whatever it takes. get up an hour early. Stay up an hour later. give up your lunch hour. Put in extra time on the weekends. If you don’t you’ll have to prepare to give up your dreams and any hope of reaching your potential.

START TODAY!  Great way to start is to plug into our 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth 8 Week program. Still not sure then listen to my Radio session on The Law of Intentionality.

Look UP & OUT!

Tracy Worley

15 Invaluable Laws of Growth: Law of Intentionality

John C. Maxwell (2012). 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth, Chap 1.
Tracy A. Worley (2015) GRACEbreak Radio

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Women in Leadership Level UP Mentorship™

2015 is the year to connect with the tribe on a whole new level!

Why Mentorship? People often ask me if they can “pick my brain.” My standard answer is “my clients pay to pick my brain.” There are a lot of ways to connect with me without picking my brain: GRACEbreak radio, books, online courses, and, of course, my blog(s).

* Would you like to be competitive and innovative?

* Do you want to discover how to achieve any goal you set?

* Would you like a success model to increase your influence?

* Desire to be part of a group of highly successful women who lift each other

* Do you actively look for ways to add value to yourself and inspire your tea

 If you answered “yes” to any of the above questions, then Level UP Mentorship™ is for you!

“Level UP Mentorship is helping the hero level up the next step of her hero’s journey”

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